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In a study of the energy requirement of the new-born child by Bailey and Murlin,1 it has been shown that when exposed to a temperature between 26 and 29 C. the sleeping infant falls far short of producing as much heat per unit of body surface as does the adult. It was seen also that...
The investigations of Osborne and Mendel1 have shown the important part taken by the whey salts in the growth and development of the young rat, and Holt, Levene and others2 have shown that a proper adjustment of the relation between the amount of whey and some of the other...
It has been the experience that clinical histories, pathologic findings and the Wassermann test may indicate syphilis in many cases in which it is impossible to demonstrate the presence of T. pallidum in any of the tissues outside of the primary and secondary lesions accessible to external...
Previously1 a preliminary note has been published on the voice sign in chorea, and following that a further study2 of this sign in a series of cases.
As a number of requests have come, since these publications, for the technic of elicitation employed to find this sign in the voice, I therefore...
After an interval of four years we have a second edition of this excellent work on the feeding of infants. The book now comprises four hundred instead of two hundred pages. Its scope, however, is the same and includes a consideration of milk from a chemical, physical and caloric point of view,...
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